BBC News has a brief news story on its front page that relates the experiences of Dr Haidr al-Maliki, a child psychiatrist in Iraq.
From what Dr al-Maliki says, it seems most psychiatrists have left the country and he himself is having to work with severely traumatised children despite not having the proper training.
He has also been shot and threatened, and lives in fear of his life.
About a year ago, during Ramadan, four boys aged about 15 to 20 came into my private clinic, in front of my patient.
They asked “Are you Dr Haidr?” I said yes. And they shot me several times.
One bullet went into my right shoulder, another into my right arm. I am left with nerve injury and muscle atrophy.
Afterwards they told me I couldn’t go to my clinic and that I had to leave the country. They didn’t say why.
Link to BBC News article ‘My Iraq: Child psychiatrist’.